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out mountains of catalogs are being stung by higher postage costs and the weak economy. a third fewer catalogs are being mailed out compared to just four years ago. but still, about 12 billion a year will be going out. >> less junk mail could be a good thing, actually. >>> as shoppers head out this weekend, we're learning the mannequins you see may not be your average dummy. some mannequins, in fact, will be watching you. that's because they're equipped with a tiny camera that's embedded in their eye. they can actually collect information about shoppers' habits. but also, scope out shoplifters by spying on customers right there at eye level. the italian company that makes them is now working on technology that enables them to eavesdrop, as well. >> you're going to see a lot of people walking up to mannequins and looking them in the eye wondering if there's a camera inside. >> big brother's here, folks. >>> when we come back, the spirit of the season. the hurricane sandy survivors, getting the royal treatment at a thanksgiving tradition. >>> and the sounds of the season like you've nev
for the economy. tahman bradley, abc news, washington. >> in addition to the deals that tahman mentioned. electronics are also today. kindle fire is $30 cheaper. and a panasonic tv by 60 ps. not bad. we've got even more cyber monday deals coming up later today on "good morning america." >>> and we breaking news overnight from bangladesh where yet another fire has broken out at a garment factory. at least eight people were hurt in today's fire, and this comes after more than 100 workers died in a blaze at a similar fact tore nearby. officials say the death toll would have been much lower. but there were no emergency exitses in the nine-story building. the factory made clothing for walmart and other stores in the u.s. and britain. survives say when the fire alarm went off, they were told it was a malfunction and to go back to work. >> an avoidable tragedy. >>> and this is expected to be another tumultuous week for egypt's president mohamed morsi. they clashed in the square in cairo yesterday. a teenager was killed and 40 people hurt. morsi who, of course, brokered the mideast cease-fire la
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